The Curriculum Reflects Our Values
We have implemented the Creative Curriculum into our school which meets state licensing requirements and offers a high degree of flexibility. In keeping with our philosophy of an
all-inclusive approach to early childhood education, curriculum components are age-specific and can be adjusted to meet the needs of children at varying stages of development. We use exploration
and discovery as a way of learning in our classrooms; the Creative Curriculum for Preschool enables children to develop confidence, creativity, and lifelong critical thinking skills.
Because of the developmental disparities between preschool and VPK classes, our curriculum is divided into two parts. The VPK curriculum is meant for kids aged four to five and covers areas such as literacy, phonological awareness, math, science, oral language and vocabulary and print knowledge. The preschool curriculum is designed for toddlers and infants and includes arts and crafts (to hone fine and gross motor skills), indoor and outdoor play groups, sensory/cognitive exercises and more.
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Our VPK is designed specifically for children who turn four by September 1st. The curriculum assumes the goals of the preschool program have been met, and introduces children to basic concepts in math, science, art, music and other fields.
Our Preschool Program emphasizes fine and gross motor skills, socialization and self-discovery. The curriculum eases children into the wonderful world of learning through play and other activities.